For all general enquiries please contact our team in head office.
Scottish Autism, Hilton House, Alloa Business Park, Whins Road, Alloa, FK10 3SA
Tel: 01259 720044
*For any autism related enquiries please contact our Autism Advice Line.
How to find us
Get the train from Edinburgh Waverly train station on Princess Street to Stirling train station on Goosecroft Road. Travel from Stirling train station to Alloa train station on Station Road.
Travel time varies between 1 hour 15 minutes and 1 hour and a half.
Get the train from Glasgow Queen Street train station on Hanover Street to Alloa train station on Station Road.
Travel time takes between approximately 45 minutes.
From Alloa station it is approximately 12 minutes to walk to Scottish Autism Head Office on Whins Road.
From Glasgow, travel North along the M80 and onto the M876, follow signs for Kincardine Bridge and then for Alloa. Travel time takes approximately 40 minutes, depending on the time of departure.
From Edinburgh, travel West along A90 onto M9 towards M876, follow signs for Kincardine Bridge and then for Alloa. Travel time takes approximately 1 hour, depending on the time of departure.
Scottish Autism is committed to ensuring that its services are of the highest quality. We welcome feedback from all stakeholders in order that we can improve where necessary or recognise and learn from positive or outstanding experiences. If you would like to make a compliment or a complaint please get in touch using the contact details below. Firstly we would ask that you read our compliments and complaints procedure.
Phone on: 01259 720044
Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Post to: Hilton House, Alloa Business Park, Whins Road, Alloa FK10 3SA
Autism Advice Line
Our Autism Advice Line is open Tuesday to Friday, 10.00am - 4.00pm.
Tel: 01259 222022 or use our online contact form and an advisor will be in touch as soon as they can.
Our advisory team is made up a small number of advisors, that aim to provide an individualised response to each enquiry as quickly as possible. We are currently experiencing a very high volume of calls, so please be advised it may take it may take longer to receive a response to your enquiry.
Please note that the advice line is not an emergency service. For anything urgent, please consider calling your local Social Work department, NHS 24 on 111 or the Samaritans on 116 123.
Alternatively, you may also be able to find answers to your queries in our ‘Support for Families’ section of our website.